- Some important steps are being taken in view of the increasing pollution in the metropolis and the entire country. The Supreme Court has also issued the order in this matter.
- However, there is no change in the situation. Now the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has taken a firm stance on pollution.
- Irda said that vehicles without valid pollution under control certificates (PUC) can not be insured. By announcing a notification, all the insurers have refused to insure vehicles that do not have a valid PUC. Vehicle insurance is renewed every year.
- In this context, after the Supreme Court order, Irda took this step.
- Last year, the Supreme Court in one case refused to insure the insurers of vehicles that did not have a valid PUC. Every vehicle must have a Vaidya PUC. If this is not the case then the action can be taken against the owner under motor law.
- The Ministry of Road Transportation has ordered all the insurance companies to distribute the details of each vehicle's deteriorate which has been insured.
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